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Multiple Family Therapy: forever promising? : commentary on Gelin et al. (2018) and Cook-Darzens et al. (2018), The evidence base for Multiple Family Therapy in psychiatric and non-psychiatric conditions: a review (parts 1 and 2)

(2018) JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY. 40(3). p.344-348
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MAJOR DEPRESSION, CONTROLLED-TRIAL, SCHIZOPHRENIA, PSYCHOEDUCATION, RECOVERY, DISORDER, IMPACT

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Jewell, Tom, and Gilbert Lemmens. 2018. “Multiple Family Therapy: Forever Promising? : Commentary on Gelin Et Al. (2018) and Cook-Darzens Et Al. (2018), The Evidence Base for Multiple Family Therapy in Psychiatric and Non-psychiatric Conditions: a Review (parts 1 and 2).” Journal of Family Therapy.
APA
Jewell, T., & Lemmens, G. (2018). Multiple Family Therapy: forever promising? : commentary on Gelin et al. (2018) and Cook-Darzens et al. (2018), The evidence base for Multiple Family Therapy in psychiatric and non-psychiatric conditions: a review (parts 1 and 2). JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY.
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Jewell T, Lemmens G. Multiple Family Therapy: forever promising? : commentary on Gelin et al. (2018) and Cook-Darzens et al. (2018), The evidence base for Multiple Family Therapy in psychiatric and non-psychiatric conditions: a review (parts 1 and 2). JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY. 2018. p. 344–8.
MLA
Jewell, Tom, and Gilbert Lemmens. “Multiple Family Therapy: Forever Promising? : Commentary on Gelin Et Al. (2018) and Cook-Darzens Et Al. (2018), The Evidence Base for Multiple Family Therapy in Psychiatric and Non-psychiatric Conditions: a Review (parts 1 and 2).” JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY 2018 : 344–348. Print.
@misc{8570658,
  author       = {Jewell, Tom and Lemmens, Gilbert},
  issn         = {0163-4445},
  keyword      = {MAJOR DEPRESSION,CONTROLLED-TRIAL,SCHIZOPHRENIA,PSYCHOEDUCATION,RECOVERY,DISORDER,IMPACT},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {344--348},
  series       = {JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY},
  title        = {Multiple Family Therapy: forever promising? : commentary on Gelin et al. (2018) and Cook-Darzens et al. (2018), The evidence base for Multiple Family Therapy in psychiatric and non-psychiatric conditions: a review (parts 1 and 2)},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1467-6427.12231},
  volume       = {40},
  year         = {2018},
}

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